The trouble with star ratings of packaged food

Sambodhi Research

If India’s top food safety regulator has its way, you may soon be watching out for “star ratings” on the packets of chips or chocolate when you step into the market. The more the stars, the healthier the product, says the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). But can a simple star rating ever be enough to kill your craving for junk food? Unlikely, say experts.

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